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Rated 5 out of 5
by Lonnie A great do everything tent
I purchased this tent to have a little space to myself when camping with my son's Boy Scout troop. It has since proven itself to be a wonderful all around tent that has performed well in all types of conditions.
I have used it on cool spring nights, I have slept in downpours, strong winds, 90 plus degrees, and in the winter as well (eight degrees). It never let me down in any of those situations. I got some condensation when I winter camped, but I forgot to open the vents!
I purchased it for soloing, (yes it is a bit heavy for one) and find that the room inside with the two vestibules turns it into a night at the Taj Mahal.
I have also section hiked the SHT with my better half and shared the space, no problems with roominess. And I get to share the weight!
I did a lot of research before buying a tent, this tent has more than surpassed my expectations.
March 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michael Perfect for Me +
I put this up for the first time by Headlamp in Jasper National Park. Easy assembly and adjustment under less than Ideal first Pitch conditions. Great Space to weight for me and Perfect ventilation for the SubAlpine use I put it to on my only bag night so far this year. Next Summer Alpine passes.
October 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Brett Great tent, poor fly
I have had this tent for three years and enjoy the tent very much. The fly (or at least the water proofing layer) is poor quality. I treat my gear well and the tent/fly is always hung to dry and stuffed loosely in a mesh bag separate from the tent and hung in a closet in a temperature controlled room. The backing has delaminated and is coming off in clumps. I have tents by sierra designs, marmot, and big agnes that are used and stored the same way and are not having problems. So, the tent is great. Just don't plan on using the fly more than a couple seasons.
August 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GuyG In summer and in winter
I use it in summer time with out the fly and it is cool for you can see the stars over your head.
In winter time the tent stand like a rock in 80klh (50mlh) of wins (with 8 guy-lines). but under heavy rain the inner tent get wet until you put on the fly on...
May 3, 2013